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OLS Field Name OLS Field Data
Main Title Water Pollution Environmental Impact Assessment of Recycled Wastes on Surface and Ground Waters / [electronic resource] :
Type EBOOK
Author Kassim, Tarek A.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Williamson, Kenneth J.
Publisher Springer Berlin Heidelberg,
Year Published 2005
ISBN 9783540314967
Subjects Environmental sciences. ; Environmental management. ; Environmental pollution.
Internet Access
Description Access URL
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/b96279
Collation XVII, 411 p. online resource.
Notes
Due to license restrictions, this resource is available to EPA employees and authorized contractors only
Contents Notes
Kassim and Simoneit: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT: PRINCIPLES, METHODOLOGY AND CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK -- Kassim, Simoneit and Williamson: RECYCLABILITY OF SOLID WASTES AS ROAD CONSRUCTION MATERIALS: AN ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY APPROACH -- Gu: Beneficial Reuses of Scrap Tires in Hydraulic Engineering -- Bhandari and Xia: Hazardous Organic Chemicals in Biosolids Recycled as Soil Amendments -- Apul, Gardner and Eighmy: A Review of Roadway Water Movement for Beneficial Use of Recycled Materials -- Nelson, Thayumanavan, Azizian and Williamson: Evaluation Methodology for Environmental Impact Assessment of Industrial Wastes Used as Highway Materials: An Overview With Respect to U.S. EPA's Environmental Risk Assessment Framework -- Bendz, Flyhammar, Hartlén and Elert: LEACHING FROM RESIDUES USED IN ROAD CONSTRUCTIONS - A SYSTEM ANALYSIS -- Kassim, Simoneit and Williamson: FORENSIC INVESTIGATION OF LEACHATES FROM RECYCLED SOLID WASTES: AN ENVIRONEMNTAL ANALYSIS APPROACH -- Rasmussen, Winther-Nielsen, Graham and Halling-Sørensen: USING LABORATORY EXPERIMENTS AND COMPUTER MODELS FOR ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL RISK OF RECYCLED WASTE MATERIALS - CASE STUDIES -- Azizian, Nelson, Thayumanavan and Williamson: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF LEACHATE FROM PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE (PCC) WITH AND WITHOUT PLASTICIZER IN HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION -- Polic, Ilic and Popovic: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF LIGNITE FLY ASH AND ITS UTILIZATION PRODUCTS AS RECYCLED HAZARDOUS WASTES ON SURFACE AND GROUND WATER QUALITY -- Thayumanavan and Nelson: Application of Whole Effluent Toxicity Test Procedures to Ecotoxicological Assessment of Industrial Wastes Used as Highway Materials -- Rodriguez and Grant: Toxicity Evaluation and Human Health Risk Assessment of Surface and Ground Water Contaminated by Recycled Hazardous Waste Materials -- Kassim and Simoneit: CHEMODYNAMICS AND MULTICOMPONENT TOXIC/GENOTOXIC EFFECT MODELING OF ORGANIC CONTAMINANTS FROM RECYCLED SOLID WASTES -- Werth: EQUILIBRIUM PARTITIONING AND MASS TRANSFER OF ORGANIC CHEMICALS LEACHED FROM RECYCLED HAZARDOUS WASTE MATERIALS -- Goltz, Park, Feng and Young: ORGANIC CHEMICALS IN GROUNDWATER: MODELING FATE AND TRANSPORT -- Bagtzoglou and Atmadja: Mathematical Methods for Hydrologic Inversion: The Case Of Pollution Source Identification -- Chrysikopoulos: Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid Pool Dissolution in Subsurface Formations -- Kommalapati, Constant and Valsaraj: A Case Study in the Application of Environmental Chemodynamic Principles for the Selection of a Remediation Scheme at a Louisiana Superfund Site -- Ilic and Polic: SOLIDIFICATION/STABILIZATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE PREVENTION OF SURFACE AND GROUND WATER POLLUTION FROM HAZARDOUS WASTES -- Kassim: Waste Minimization and Environmental Nanotechnology: Toward Total Environmental Sustainability. The state of the art of the impact assessment of recycled hazardous waste materials on surface and ground waters is presented. The topics include chemodynamics, toxicology, modeling and information systems. Due to the wealth of information on this topic, the texts of T. Kassim (ed.): Environmental Impact Assessment are published in three separate volumes: vol. 1: Concepts, Methodology and Chemical Analysis; vol. 2: Risk Analysis and vol. 3: Engineering Modeling and Sustainability. The book serves as a practical conceptual guide for those who have professional responsibility for the monitoring, design, management, or conduct of environmental impact assessment. It is believed that the book will prove useful to the reader who, regardless of disciplinary background, wants to examine in greater detail the kinds of interdisciplinary contributions to contemporary decision-making processes that characterize modern impact assessment project development. Each volume contains the contents of all volumes.